A map by HowMuch.net provides a perspective of the worldwide economy. The map represents each country relative to the size of its nominal gross domestic product.
The higher the percentage in the graphic above is, the larger the size of the economy. The percentages above are based on the map produced by HowMuch.net.
With a GDP upward of $17 trillion, the US comprises nearly a quarter of the world’s economy. This is slightly more the size of European countries’ economies combined.
Except for China, rich countries have service sectors that greatly outweigh both industry and agriculture.
As for countries in the region of West Asia and North Africa, only Saudi Arabia, UAE and Iran are mentioned in the map (1,01% – 0,56 % – 0,54% respectively).
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